Evan Buckley Harris: Live in Living Color

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Evan Buckley Harris

Live in Living Color

Don’t Tell Mama, NYC, August 26, 2017

Reviewed by Chris Struck for Cabaret Scenes

Evan Buckley Harris

Evan Harris charmed us into a casual atmosphere, as if we were transported to a boardwalk and he was hanging his feet over the edge, just belting out songs of yesterday. Dressed in a satin blazer, a dress shirt with a couple buttons unbuttoned, and a pair of jeans with dress shoes, he looked every bit as devil-may-care as he needed to be. The more relaxed he looked, the better he sang. On a few songs, he stuck his hands in his pockets, looking ready to kick a stone down the street.
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On a few others, he grasped the mic firmly and came off a little stiff. However, through his entire performance, Harris executed his material to near perfection, accompanied by a stalwart Yasuhiko Fukuoka at the piano. There were a couple of songs that showed off Harris and truly captured the crowd. His first few selections were strong, but “Till There Was You” particularly impressed me with his ability scale the vocal range as he sounded more like a tenor. He broke away from the mic and serenaded individual members of the crowd to great applause in “Easy to Love,” and he brought us into the moment with the passionate “Music of My Soul” from the musical Memphis. One of the highlights of the evening was a duet with his excellent guest, Meg McWhorther, of “Suddenly Seymour.” They did a wonderful job of playing off of each other.
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I’m excited to see what Harris has up next!

Chris Struck

Chris Struck's debut novel, Kennig and Gold, is due to be officially published in June 2019. He's written reviews for Cabaret Scenes since August of 2017. For more information about the writer, see StruckChris.com